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Mediated/Unmediated Heritage

D6.1 Access, Participation, Learning: Digital strategies for audience engagement with cultural heritage in museums and libraries

Report examining strategies and approaches for deepening audience engagement with digitally mediated cultural heritage, by means of case studies, interviews, and a survey of the literature and Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) institutional documentation.

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D8.5 Cultural Heritage in a Changing World

Report describing the methodology statement of the development of the book entitled Cultural Heritage in a Changing World. The central purpose of this collection of essays is to make a creative addition to the debates surrounding the cultural heritage domain.

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D3.1 Transformantion, change and best practice for CH processes

Report presenting the results of investigations into how digital practices are transforming the traditional cultural heritage interactions and practices. It explores the current challenges and potential opportunities for CH that lie ahead and reflects the context of change related to following fields: CH held by cultural institutions; mediated and unmediated CH; traditional hand-making skills; transformations of physical spaces, places and territories; digitization on performance-based CH.

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Digital libraries, collections, exhibitions and users. Exploring the status of digital heritage mediated by memory institutions

Digital technologies are deeply transforming the ways in which heritage institutions mediate their collections and interact with their audiences. Responding to a growing and persistent demand for digital content, institutions make available large amounts of curated digital resources for study and scholarly research, for discovery and creative reuse, for enjoyment, education and learning. This study explores the status of digital heritage mediated by libraries and museums by means of five case studies, in which the results of the research will be illustrated and validated through evaluation with end-users.

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